Children’s books have always appealed to me due to the lavishly colourful illustrations and magical storytelling. Young children in particular love to be read stories at bedtime, their eyes full of wonderment as the pages are turned. Unfortunately some children have not experienced the delights of real books but you can help.
These Christmas story picture books which have been beautifully illustrated can be read for free after signing up for free on the We Give Books Website. Whilst not real books, they can be viewed electronically on a computer or IPad and they have a simulated page turning effect. By reading these books with your children you will also be helping a great Cause.
Pictures from these beautiful books can be viewed in the top slideshow.
Teachers, you can integrate We Give Books into your classroom! Resources for Grades K – 12 created by a Master Teacher and Reading Specialist. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO
Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer
Now fans of the most famous reindeer of them all can become acquainted with the original story. Sumptuously re-illustrated, this beautiful edition of an American holiday classic is a book to treasure and to share, year after year.
The Three Snow Bears
This stunningly illustrated interpretation of Goldilocks and the Three Bears transports the well-loved story to the Arctic north. There, the raven-haired Inuit girl, Aloo-ki, comes upon an igloo that turns out to be the home of a polar bear family.
Llama Llama Holiday Drama
If there’s one thing Llama Llama doesn’t like, it’s waiting. He and Mama Llama rush around, shopping for presents, baking cookies, decorating the tree . . . but how long is it until Christmas? Will it ever come?
Snowmen at Christmas
When Angelina Ballerina sees old Mr. Bell all alone at Christmastime, she decides to bring him some holiday cheer. Cousin Henry doesn’t want to help until he finds that there’s a real Santa Claus living in their town! Angelina’s Christmas is a heartwarming story that is perfect for holiday giving.
I hope you enjoy this selection of books to read to your children this Christmas and know that you are also helping less privileged children.